Carbohydrates, Proteins and Lipids Quiz
What is a peptide bond?
A. Bond that holds two amino acids together.
B. A bond that holds hydrogen and oxygen molecules together.
C. A bond that holds the phosphate group of one nucleotide and a sugar of a neighboring nucleotide.
D. A bond that is formed by the sharing of electrons.
How do the number of H atoms compare to the number of O atoms in a carbohydrate?
A. There are TWICE as many H
B. They are the same amount
C. There are THREE times as many H
D. There are TWICE as many O
What atoms make up all carbohydrates?
A. Carbon, Sulfur, Hydrogen
B. Carbon, Oxygen, Phosphorus
C. Carbon, Oxygen, Nitrogen
D. Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen
Which of the following is NOT a function of proteins
A. Assist in blood clotting
B. Fight infections and diseases
C. Assist in the processing of glucose
D. None of the above
What is an example of a protein?
What is the monomer of proteins?
A. amino acids
Lipids are made of…
What is a protein:
A. A polymer composed of many sugars.
B. A polymer composed of many amino acids.
C. A polymer composed of fatty acids.
D. A polymer composed of nucleotides.
Some carbohydrate foods are ________
D. all the above
The process of adding water in order to break bonds within a polymer….
A. Dehydration Synthesis
Which macromolecule is this?
D. nucleic acid
How many different amino acids are there?
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